Chapter I.--Different Views in Regard to Marriage Held by Heretics,
Chapter II.--The Spiritualists Vindicated from the Charge of Novelty.
Chapter III.--The Question of Novelty Further Considered in Connection with the Words of the Lord and His Apostles.
Chapter IV.--Waiving Allusion to the Paraclete, Tertullian Comes to the Consideration of the Ancient Scriptures, and Their Testimony on the Subject in Hand.
Chapter V.--Connection of These Primeval Testimonies with Christ.
Chapter VI.--The Case of Abraham, and Its Bearing on the Present Question.
Chapter VII.--From Patriarchal, Tertullian Comes to Legal, Precedents.
Chapter VIII.--From the Law Tertullian Comes to the Gospel He Begins with Examples Before Proceeding to Dogmas.
Chapter IX.--From Examples Tertullian Passes to Direct Dogmatic Teachings He Begins with the Lord's Teaching.
Chapter X.--St. Paul's Teaching on the Subject.
Chapter XI.--Further Remarks Upon St. Paul's Teaching.
Chapter XII.--The Explanation of the Passage Offered by the Psychics Considered.
Chapter XIII.--Further Objections from St. Paul Answered.
Chapter XIV.--Even If the Permission Had Been Given by St. Paul in the Sense Which the Psychics Allege, It Was Merely Like the Mosaic Permission of Divorce--A Condescension to Human Hard-Heartedness.
Chapter XV.--Unfairness of Charging the Disciples of the New Prophecy with Harshness The Charge Rather to Be Retorted Upon the Psychics.
Chapter XVI.--Weakness of the Pleas Urged in Defence of Second Marriage.
Chapter XVII.--Heathen Examples Cry Shame Upon This "Infirmity of the Flesh."